Step forward handball meastro Robbie McCarthy.
Two years ago in the All-Ireland senior singles handball final Westmeath's McCarthy pulled off one of the greatest revivals in handball history, rallying from 20-15 (game-ball, as its known to the diehards) down to somehow snatch the All-Ireland title 21-20 against Charly Shanks of Armagh.
Well, last Saturday, he did it again. Having lost the first game comfortably, McCarthy - the three-time defending champion - was down 20-13 in the second before he launched the mother of all comebacks to deny Galway's Martin Mulkerrins his first final appearance.
With world champion Paul Brady having opted out of 'domestic' singles play and US Nationals winner Killian Carroll now based in Boston - from where he is dominating on the US handball pro tour, incidentally - McCarthy is now the foremost singles player in Irish competitions in both 40x20 and 60x30.
Mullingar navy man McCarthy meets Shanks again in the decider - don't rule out another Lazarus-like comeback there, either.